I was recently watching the TV show America's Game
, and it is a football show that serves as a documentary about a Superbowl winning season. Being from chicago of course, I watched the 1985 Bears episode on Hulu and Mike Singletary posed an interesting point. He said that when the Bears were doing well in the 80's stock prices were up and people had lifted spirits.
This may sound kind of silly but do cities with successful sports teams have better economies and vice-versa??? Probably hard to find a source on this one but any opinions?
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